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WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress
2013 Work-Life Forum
February 27-March 1  |  Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD

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Work-Life Forum Attendees

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Work-Life for Real Life: Innovative Solutions for Organizational Change

After the 2012 Work-Life Forum, we asked for your feedback and we heard you loud and clear. It is time to move beyond work-life theory to implementable solutions. Join us at the 2013 Work-Life Forum to learn about transformational practices for implementing innovative work-life solutions in your organization.

  • Hear how Work, Family and Health Network action research collaborators Erin Kelly, PhD (University of Minnesota) and Leslie Hammer, PhD (Portland State University).are conducting real-life interventions on a large national scale for organizational change with measurable results.
  • Interact in person with this year’s top  AWLP award winners at a brand new Work-Life Winners Showcase.  Ask them questions while they’re off the podium. Take and compare notes.  Learn stuff to take back to your home and office.
  • Attend in-depth sessions of real-life transformational practices. Stop talking about how work should be done and catch up with what’s happening to it right now, in real time, at a variety of organizations.
  • Meet and mingle with Cali Williams Yost as she signs your free copy of her newest book, Tweak It: Make What Matters to You Happen Every Day
  • Participate in a Red Cross disaster recovery project
  • Join Dr.  Ellen Kossek in a session that will assess the strength of your own work-life boundary management. When you recover, take away ideas for  applying this power tool in group or team settings in your work environment.
  • Have fun celebrating the rapidly expanding number of  outstanding programs, organizations and individuals being recognized at this year’s  Gala Awards Dinner
  • Align your professional connections to your life goals by participating in a Networking Thinkfest facilitated by our own Work-Life Rising Star Teresa Hopke
  •  Don’t depart until you consolidate your own work-life toolkit with expert guidance from Cali Williams Yost in  a high impact Action Planning session

Limited budget?

Consider attending the Gala Awards Dinner on Thursday, February 28th. Tickets are only $150 and you already know you’ll be eating dinner somewhere that night.  Why not come help us celebrate someone you know at one of the award-winning enterprises while supporting AWLP and having fun?    Buy a seat; buy a table – we’d love to see you there!

Special thanks to our forum sponsors


Forum Steering Committee

Diane Burrus, Senior Consultant, WFD Consulting
Kristin McNally, WLCP  |  Work-Life Coordinator  |  US Department of Treas. Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Barry Collamore, WLCP  |  Corporate Manager, Work-Life  |  Raytheon Company
Casey Carlson  |  Sr. Mgr, Global Mobility & Immigration Leadership Development  |  Deloitte Services LP
Perry Christensen  |  Vice President, Human Resources  |  Healthpoint Branded Pharmaceuticals
Teresa Hopke  |  Principal, Senior VP of Client Relations  |  Life Meets Work
Betsy Kiss  |  Sr. Director, Workplace Strategies | Marriott International
Jim O’Hair  |  Coordinator, Employee and Family Assistance Program  |  Northrop Grumman
Christine Pfeiffer  |  WorkLife Innovation, People Team  |  Pearson, Inc.
Kathie Lingle, WLCP  |  Executive Director  |  WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress
Jessica Burrus, WLCP  |  Sr. Project Liaison, Work-Life  |  WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress

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